U.S. obsessed over the Superstorm, but ignored the climate behind it

Globe and Mail: As early as October 23, weather forecast models predicted that tropical storm Sandy would be a threat to the Mid-Atlantic States and New England. By the 25th, the forecasts from several weather centres provided a consistent story of a large hurricane that would turn sharply to the west, and cross the coast in New Jersey. The story from the forecast turned out to be largely correct. The model predictions provided time to plan - to anticipate so that risk and loss could be reduced. This storm is......

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